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  1. 0 comments

    Nice bike.
  2. 0 comments

    Best bike i've ever owned after my 350 .Love it so much!
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    This is MotoTrax's revolutionary new snow-bike unit. What makes it so unique is our patent pending suspension system that allows it to work great in all conditions, including the dreaded trails.
  4. 707ktm

    KTM 450 SX-F (2013)

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    Best bike I have ever had
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    In love lol
  6. djsfh

    KTM 450 SX-F (2013)

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    2014 Model KTM SX-F 450. Superb bike!
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    KTM should have offered the XCF with a higher output stator and EXC harness. Being a cross country RACE bike with the WP motocross suspension and the option for lights and a fan would have been the REAL bridge between the SX and an XCW.
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    No mods other than a light weight battery.Love the electric start, and a nice bike to ride. But i think i prefer my yamahas.
  9. 2 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Youth Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Upgraded ENGINE Displacement (cc): 49 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2-Stroke Valve Configuration: Reed Valve Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Automatic Number of Speeds: 1 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Hydraulic Disc Rear Brakes: Hydraulic Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Pirelli
  10. 3 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Model: KTM 450 SX-F Year: 2011 Category: Enduro / offroad Rating: 72.9 out of 100. ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION Displacement: 449.30 ccm (27.42 cubic inches) Engine type: Single cylinder, four-stroke Compression: 12.5:1 Bore x stroke: 97.0 x 60.8 mm (3.8 x 2.4 inches) Valves per cylinder: 4 Fuel system: Carburettor. Keihin FCR MX 41 Fuel control: DOHC Lubrication system: Pressure lubrication with 3 oil pumps Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 5-speed Transmission type, final drive: Chain Clutch: Wet mDouble disk clutch, operated hydraulically Exhaust system: Aluminium CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND WHEELS Frame type: Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4. Aluminium subframe. Rake (fork angle): 26.5° Front suspension: WP-USD fork Front suspension travel: 300 mm (11.8 inches) Rear suspension: WP PDS shock absorber Rear suspension travel: 330 mm (13.0 inches) Front tyre dimensions: 80/100-21 Rear tyre dimensions: 110/90-19 Front brakes: Single disc Front brakes diameter: 260 mm (10.2 inches) Rear brakes: Single disc Rear brakes diameter: 220 mm (8.7 inches) PHYSICAL MEASURES AND CAPACITIES Dry weight: 106.9 kg (235.7 pounds) Seat height: 992 mm (39.1 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Ground clearance: 371 mm (14.6 inches) Wheelbase: 1,495 mm (58.9 inches) Fuel capacity: 7.50 litres (1.98 gallons) OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Starter: Electric Electrical: 12V 3 Ah battery
  11. 5 reviews

    IDENTIFICATION Type: Off-Road Warranty (Months): 1 Revision Status: Carryover ENGINE Displacement (cc): 449.3 Engine Type: Single-Cylinder Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 4-Stroke Valve Configuration: DOHC Carburetion Type: Carburetor TRANSMISSION Transmission Type: Manual Number of Speeds: 4 Primary Drive System: Chain BRAKES Front Brakes: Disc Rear Brakes: Disc TIRES Front Tire(s): Bridgestone
  12. Hey - I just saw in a recent MXA that there was an problem on the 2016/7 450 SXF with the plastic radiator shroud and the lower body of the aluminum radiator. Lower outside of radiator, under black part of plastic Apparently the plastic will wear a hole in the radiator. If you don't catch it in time, you might need new radiators on both sides. I think I caught it in time and put foam pads on the spot. Questions: 1) Has anyone had this issue to where they had a full hole? 2) If yes, does KTM fix it? 3) Is there not a recall on this? This could cost $300-400 to replace. 4) Are there any other 'Tips' on a 2016 450 SXF, besides the usual suspects: a) Loctite the sprocket nuts b) Keep an eye on spokes c) Learn how to cold start it per the KTM video, so you don't have a dead battery. d) Spend hours debating over Gold Values or Del Saggio Spheres - in the end do nothing. e) Don't over tighten the gas cap. f) Change fuel filer often g) Switch condenser h) Consider switch to 2017 rear break pads, if don't like to grabby j) Consider swap to longer rear break lever k) Switch spring direction on rear break lever l) Went you get flats, replace with heavy duty tubes What did I miss?
  13. Hi, It all started when I installed new handguards on the bike. Not sure if it is even related but the e-start button stopped working after a few runs. My fear was that the Cable ties for the handguard was too tight and might have damaged the Cables to the starter button. Just to be sure I replaced both the start and kill switch buttons but the problem was still there. If I bridge the thick positive cables on the starter relay, the bike jumps to life just perfectly. This is where it becomes interesting. if i hit the e-start button while the engine is running, the start button works and the starter motor spins. But as soon as I kill the engine, the e-start button stops working. I noticed that there was a cable with peeled/damaged insulation from the voltage regulator so I replaced that and even the charger relay just to be sure but the problem is still there. I belive I inspected every cable by now and I'm lost on what to do. Any thoughts? //Gruntor 2015 Husqvarna FC450
  14. MXA has posted their thoughts on the new 450. For those that want the short story: They claim it is the best handling bike out there, went out of their way with superlatives The 4CS Forks are slightly improved from the FE but still borderline harsh. They like them better then the CC forks but still not giddy over them Not sure if they thought the rear suspension was much better I am sure they are holding out on a lot of info for the shootout, here is the link: http://motocrossactionmag.com/news/what-its-like-to-race-the-2015-ktm-450sxf
  15. Hello I dident see any sort of "show ur KTM" threads around here, and since KTMs are so beatiful, I decided to make one! So here it is! Show us your hardboiled rice killer
  16. Hey guys. I picked up a 2011 450 sxf last week. Everything seems in really good order. Has some DNA wheels, dr.d pipe and had some ama numbers on the frame so i know it was raced but it looks super clean. I have no clue what was done to the suspension. None of the tell tale company stickers or setting stickers on it. The front end numbers seem fine. 35mm free/static sag. 73mm rider/race sag(im 200lbs ish). Rear is where things seemed odd. Free/static sag was 51mm and race/rider was 99mm. So that tells me i need a respring front and rear. I adjusted the preload to get the free sag back around 30mm starting point and im going to play around a little with the preload to see where i can get the numbers. Also when i was investigating the clickers on the shock the low speed comp was at 0 clicks... The handle bars were also in a really cramped spot all the way back. Now the point. When i get the rear static sag back in line the rear end still seems low. I measure the seat height at about 37.5"(i think its supposed to be around 39...). now i can't measure my 2012 cause its in supermoto trim so of course its different, but its actually pretty close to this. The SM is just under 37" seat height.... Basically I have my 12 which the suspension was setup for my weight and MX. I am trying to determine which suspension to keep and which to send off to be revalved for supermoto. I just want to make sure i get it in order on the bike before sending it off so we know what to get. Don't want to find out that the shock has been modded to be lowered or something. not that that would be a bad thing on an SM but im running stock wheel base and don't want to fool with lowering just yet. I know this isnt a great representation but both bikes are sitting on the ground. So. Am i seeing things? does 37ish seat height seem lower than factory. I know 11 to 12 made some suspension changes but i thought it was all in valving on the fork. Links all look factory and the same as my 12. The anodized color on the shock lower looks slightly different from 11 to 12 but that may be an age thing.
  17. MURRIETA, Calif. - KTM announces major revisions to its 2015 model year four-stroke lineup. The company also revealed performance, stability and handling upgrades for its two-strokes and minis. 250 SX-F "The 250 SX-F is once again a World Championship winner in MX2 and adds a prestigious AMA Supercross Lites Championship in 2013 and 2014 to its amazing trophy cabinet," KTM said. "The 2013 season was a great success in racing at all levels around the globe. The performance combination of a powerful and lively engine in a lightweight and agile chassis is sure to make the 250 SX-F the star of the show for yet another year." Engine revisions include a lighter clutch basket and new clutch springs for a more consistent behavior under stress and over time as part of the CSS (coil spring steel) one-piece clutch system. The clutch continues to use a Brembo hydraulic system for light operation and controllable modulation. Within the proven DOHC engine are also new O-rings on the oil pump suction screen for increased durability. For 2015, the 250 SX-F continues to use the Keihin engine management system with EFI and a 44mm throttle body, a quality wire harness, lightweight gearbox, and electric starter. Features include: Compact DOHC engine with two overhead camshafts and DLC-coated followers Titanium valves (intake 32.5mm, exhaust 26.5mm) RPM limit of 14,000 rpm Flow optimized ports Forged box-type piston for a low oscillating mass A crankshaft employing a plain big end bearing for longer service intervals New O-rings on the oil pump suction screen for increased durability A multifunctional counter balance shaft, which drives the water pump and timing chain for reduced vibrations An electric starter as standard Lightweight and compact CSS clutch with eight clutch plates and a hard-wearing steel basket New clutch basket with a weight-saving design New clutch springs for more consistent behavior Lightweight five-speed gearbox for precise and easy shifting, adapted for the 250 SX-F An engine management system for a spontaneous throttle response, and an ability to change characteristics or read engine data with an optional User-Setting-Tool 350 SX-F With the bike's low weight, playful agility and a high-revving engine, "it enjoys all of the very best characteristics in a package suited to amateurs and pros alike," KTM said. For 2015, the 350 features a DOHC engine with lightweight titanium valves and DLC-coated followers for spontaneous power delivery, along with a crankshaft that has been designed to increase service intervals. New O-rings increase durability on the oil pump suction screen. An electric starter is standard. A new lighter clutch basket with new clutch springs compliments the CSS clutch with the Brembo hydraulic system for easy and precise control of a 250-agile bike with the power that can match a 450, KTM said. More specifically, the 350 SX-F features: A DOHC Cylinder head with ultra lightweight titanium valves and DLC-coated followers for a spontaneous power delivery and 450-rivaling maximum power A crankshaft that employs a plain big end bearing and force-fitted bearing shells for longer service intervals New O-rings on the oil pump suction screen for increased durability A multifunctional counter balance shaft, which drives the water pump and timing chain for reduced vibrations Electric starter as standard CSS clutch eight clutch plates and a hard-wearing steel basket A new clutch basket with a weight-saving design Lightweight five-speed gearbox for precise, easy shifting adapted for the 350 SX-F An engine management system for a spontaneous throttle response, and the option to change characteristics or read engine data with a separately purchased User-Setting-Tool 450 SX-F The 450 SX-F is the weapon of choice for the Red Bull KTM Factory Race team in the AMA championships thanks to its compact SOHC engine that delivers explosive but controllable power, combined with an agile and stable chassis, KTM noted. The 450 features: A compact 60hp power pack with a single overhead camshaft and the latest electronic fuel injection A single overhead camshaft controlling four ultra-lightweight titanium valves via "extremely rigid" rocker arms, DLC-coated on the intake side Engine speeds of up to 11500 rpm and a three-layer head gasket for durability under the most extreme conditions Bore of 95mm with a lightweight box-in-box type piston for low engine vibrations A crankshaft that employs a plain big-end bearing and force-fitted bearing shells for longer service intervals A side-mounted counter balance shaft that also drives the water pump Electric starter as standard A DDS clutch with Brembo hydraulic actuation -- a compact design that integrates an internal damping system Lightweight five-speed gearbox for effortless shifting New O-rings on the oil pump suction screen for increased durability An engine management system for a spontaneous throttle response and an option to change characteristics or read engine data with a separately purchased User-Setting-Tool. From a press release. Media images courtesy KTM
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  19. MXT

    KTM 450 SX-F (2008)

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    I really love this vehicle. Strong in all gears and the e-start is quite convenient to have!
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    Just bought a new 2014 KTM 450 SXF
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    Recently I've owned an 08 WR450F, 11 KX450F, and now a 13 450SXF. I have to say the KTM is the cream of the 450 MX crop in the snow. This bike performs so well for me I've decided to hang onto it for another season.
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    Used AMA motocross race bike.
  23. 0 reviews

    POWER SUPREMACY The championship-winning KTM 450 SX-F offers a proven formula that is the industry benchmark. For 2020, this machine continues to deliver superior performance and easy handling. It features an extremely compact, single overhead camshaft cylinder head and together with the efficient electronic fuel injection, it pushes out unrivalled power in the most effective way possible. The KTM 450 SX-F is simply the fastest Motocross bike out on the track. ENGINE Type: Single-cylinder four-stroke Displacement: 450cc Bore x stroke: 95 x 63.4 mm (350: 88 x 57.5mm; 250: 78.0 x 52.3mm) Compression ratio: 12.75:1 (350: 14.2:1; 250: 14.5:1) Valvetrain: DOHC, 4 valves Fuel System: Keihin EFI w/ 44 mm throttle body Ignition: Keihin EMS Starting: Electric Lubrication: Pressure lubrication w/ 2 oil pumps Transmission: 5-speed Clutch: Wet Multi-Disc DDS clutch w/Brembo hydraulics CHASSIS Frame: Central double-cradle, 25CrMo4 chromoly steel w/ aluminum subframe Subframe: Aluminum Handlebar: Neken, Aluminum w/ 28-22mm diameter Front suspension; travel: Fully adjustable WP XACT inverted 48mm fork; 12.2 inches Rear Suspension: Linkage-assisted WP XACT shock; 11.8 inches Wheels: Excel Front wheel: 1.60 x 21” Rear wheel: 2.15 x 19” Tires: Dunlop MX3S Front tire: 80/100 x 21 Rear tire: 120/80 x 19 Front brake: 260mm disc Rear brake: 220mm disc DIMENSIONS and CAPACITIES Wheelbase: 58.5 inches Rake: 26.1 degrees Triple clamp offset: 22mm Seat height: 37.4 inches Ground clearance: 14.6 inches Fuel capacity: 1.85 gallons Curb weight: 232 pounds
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